Lazy River Live at Oak Street Pub on 1976-08-15
, live music
, Vince Gill
, Bill Millet
, Bob Briedenbach
, John Jump
, John Bieser
, Monte Barry
Lazy River band
John Jump, Robert Pool, Vince Gill, Bill Millet, Bob Briedenbach
lead vocals, electric mandolin, fiddle, guitar, frontman
lead vocals, accoustic and electric guitars, frontman
lead vocals, pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro
vocals, banjo, guitar
You Don't Love Me
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
I Know What it Means to be Lonesome
Good Woman's Love
One of These Days
Uncle Pen -> Sally Goodin'
Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
Milk Cow Blues
Hey Good Lookin'
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
You Won't Be Satisfied That Way
Orange Blossom Special
Sitting on Top of the World
I Gotta Get Drunk
Sweetheart of Mine
That Promised Land
Cotton Patch Blues
Take Me Back to Tulsa
Why You've Been Gone So Long
My Window Faces the South
Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Up That Lazy River
— Monte's Taper Handbook —
Collection LazyRiverBand/Artist Lazy RiverVenue Oak Street PubLocation Birmingham, ALSource SBD > Nakamichi 550 w/ Dolby NR > TDK chromium dioxide C-90 cassettesLineage MR > Nakamichi 550 > Samplitude > CD Tag > Flac-16Taped by Monte BarryTransferred by Monte Barry
Monte the Taper archives
thank you largely eTree and Internet Archive
-- peace from Monte --
Lazy River band
Vince Gill - lead vocals, electric mandolin, fiddle, guitar
John Jump - lead vocals, accoustic and electric guitars
Bobby Briedenbach - lead vocals, pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro
Bill Millet - vocals, banjo, guitar
John Bieser - electric bass
Sound System by Monte Barry and Lazy River
Monte Barry is the Soundman
-- banjo is mic'd inside / under the resonator
-- That Promised Land, Cowboy Song, and Uncle Woodrow are originals by John Jump
Monte's Newgrass Music taper and soundman experiences
please help find my lost 1985 Video Tape Recordings
we TAPED for the entire Telluride Bluegrass Festival in 1985
everything was video taped in Broadcast Quality on one-inch VTRs
The 12th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival -- June 21-23, 1985
Emmylou Harris and the Hot Band • John Hartford • Seldom Scene • Tony Trischka and Skyline • Hot Rize • Tony Rice • Nashville Bluegrass Band • Chris Daniels and the Kings • New Grass Revival • Doc and Merle Watson • The David Grisman Quintet • Peter Rowan and Crucial Country • Mark O’Connor • Bryan Bowers • Alaska’s Hobo Jim
September 28, 2011
Undeniably awesome bluegrass band,
super-clean recording, great performance.
June 20, 2011
Hey great stuff! I was wondering if you own the rights to the photos?
February 5, 2011
More than one !!
I've listened to this set several times and never thought to check if there were other offerings from them. Just learned this evening that there are others and now the fun begins. As for this set, I did say several times, solid five.
February 5, 2011
this is just outstanding... incredible performance, great setlists, wonderful recording... does not get any better...
November 27, 2010
What a blast!
This just made the last hour of my graveyard shift infinitely more bearable. If this recording doesn't have you grinning ear to ear and stomping your foot you probably hate music (and life). Fantastic renditions of Americana classics. These guys tear it up and have a fantastic sense of showmanship to go along with it - I bet they were a lot of fun to see. Recording quality is also great which always helps! Grab this one and don't let it go.
May 6, 2009
There are many songs here which are timeless American classics. This performance displays these wonderful songs with honest-to-goodness, old-fashion American flair.
I sense vaudeville showmanship paired w/ a certain innocence. Truly delightful.
This music, along w/ Blues and American Jazz, should be played in classrooms.
August 3, 2008
WOW,what a GEM!!!! Thanks for sharing the music!!!